On 10-09-27 11:26 AM, Jason wrote:
I believe you should be able to do this with nothing more than DNS (this is how
Windows clients do it).
Once you have the DNS domain of the machine you're on
(_SERVER["USERDNSDOMAIN"]), query for SRV records called the following:
Name: _ldap._tcp.dc._msdcs.<machine domain name>
That should return one or more records in the answer, each one will be the FQDN
of a domain controller.
Additional info from the horses mouth: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/247811
Thanks for the info. I don't actually have that server field (maybe
because the article is for windows 2000), but maybe I can use your info
to get to the next step anyways.
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